Menace to Empire: Race, Revolution, and Sedition Across the Pacific

A "democracy" rooted in empire and white supremacy is not democracy.

Lecture Description

Focusing on the U.S. state’s efforts to monitor and contain anticolonial revolutionary movements in the Philippines, Hawai’i, and the Pacific Coast in the first half of the twentieth century, this talk traces the varied and extended genealogies of revolution, sedition, and empire across the Pacific.

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International Relations Migration/Migrant

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